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Sometimes we don’t understand how or why some relationships come and go in our lives. Why they start or end as they do? I got this clever analogy over 10 years ago and it has helped me accept many situations … Continue reading
…do you make lemonade? Do you say ‘Pass the tequila and salt?” or do you duck and run? This story makes you think about how you handle adversity Carrots, Eggs & Coffee A carrot, an egg, and a cup of … Continue reading
Four Seasons of a Tree There was a man who had four sons. He wanted his sons to learn not to judge things too quickly. So he sent them each on a quest, in turn, to go and look at … Continue reading
After a storm comes the calm. After clouds a clear sun. After winter spring will come. No matter what you are facing, no matter the size of the obstacle; everything can be overcome. Sometimes we need faith, and sometimes friends … Continue reading
Affirmations for positive change from Louise Hay’s Heal Your Life Affirmations work best when: They are written in the present tense They are positive statements (no can’t, won’t, should etc) You view them daily (read them, couple this with visualisation … Continue reading
Can a leopard change its spots? Can you teach an ol’ dog new tricks? Growing up, like most people we heard that, No, you can’t do either. Perfect examples of limiting beliefs! Eons of cliché conditioning. If we believe we … Continue reading
We aren’t broken! You are perfect just the way you are! That’s my philosophy and I’m sticking to it.
Last night, my daughter’s school hosted a Festive Market at their Carols by Candlelight. Tash and I had great fun creating cards, decorated notebooks and beaded trinkets. We were only given one hour to sell our goodies before the service, … Continue reading
I’ve had an awesome day today, for many reasons but the one I wanted to share, was a breakthrough I discovered about myself. The Background I received an email from a writer who had been on my website and mailed … Continue reading